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Currently, this podcast is focusing on the emerging SARS-CoV2 pandemic. We will be interviewing experts in the field on their expertise as it relates to SARS-COV2. Stay tuned for accurate information on all aspects of this pandemic geared towards the general public.

 

Are you interested in learning about immunology? Well, then you have come to the right place! We are Ph.D. students at Cornell University and are studying immunology. As immunologists in training, we want to use this podcast to learn how to explain really cool immunology to the general public. In this podcast, we will dive into the basic principles of immunology, history, controversies, and highlight scientists who have forever changed how we view our immune system. And with each episode, we will interview an expert in the field to gain a deeper understanding of immunology.

 

Apr 1, 2020

Dr. Alison Stout holds a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and is pursuing a Ph.D. at Cornell University, where she is studying virology.

Dr. Stout works in the lab of Dr. Gary Whittaker at Cornell University. Dr. Whittaker is a world-renowned coronavirus researcher. The Whittaker lab is currently one of the few research labs that have remained open in the Ithaca campus.

In this lab, she studies various coronaviruses and investigates the mechanism of how they infect cells

In this episode, Dr. Stout shares 1) insights into the mechanism of how COVID-19 invades cells, 2) provides tips on how to avoid infection, and 3) has summarized potential treatments.

 

Hosts: Candice B. Limper and Dr. Scarlett Lee.                       

Guest of honor: Dr. Alison Stout 

Music credit: Swing Lo by Podington Bear is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.